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Subject:  Re: What a $3,000 car looks, feels and drives li Date:  10/2/2012  11:34 PM
Author:  ariechert Number:  45736 of 132613

"But to get a car’s price tag down to $3,000 or even $5,000, auto designers have to toss out features most American drivers take for granted. Bernard Swiecki, senior project manager for Sustainability and Economic Development Strategies at the Center for Automotive Research, says start with airbags, then move on to anti-lock brakes, electronics, stability control and strong emissions control and other environmentally-friendly features."

The Tata Nano and the cheap Datsuns will never be sold in the United States. They want to gouge us for as much as they can. Why sell us a $3,000 car when they can force us to buy cars for 5 times as much?

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